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Forum: The lounge 17th July 2009
Replies: 147
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Posted By sapper
Re: Photographer's rights

A story in my local paper re a guy arrested, handcuffed, put in police van for 20 min, then de arrested. See his blog
http://monaxle.com/
Forum: The lounge 11th July 2009
Replies: 147
Views: 15,677
Posted By sapper
Re: Photographer's rights

Similar things happen in the USA.
http://www.krages. com/phoright. htm
Forum: The lounge 21st August 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,677
Posted By sapper
Re: Photographer's rights

I know this, we have just had police overkill in Kent. But, the police knew in advance and were able to put in resources. If lots of photographers were to do as I suggest, but only for a short time...
Forum: The lounge 20th August 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,677
Posted By sapper
Re: Photographer's rights

We all ought to converge on a town centre, hundreds of photographers, taking photos of all and sundry. If there are enough, they, the police, will not be able to arrest us all.
Any takers? I am up...
Forum: The lounge 20th August 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,677
Posted By sapper
Re: Photographer's rights

Just seen an item in the Mirror about a guy who photographed PC Aquil Farook reversing a police van up a one way street in Bristol. He was arrested and locked up for five hours.
He did get an...
Forum: The lounge 12th August 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,677
Posted By sapper
Re: Photographer's rights

The point is that they have NO authority to prevent anyone from taking photos from a public place.
Forum: The lounge 6th August 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,677
Posted By sapper
Re: Photographer's rights

Cannot remember where I head it but a good response to security folk stopping you photographing in shopping centres is to ask where does it say it is prohibited, to ask for their admission policy. Of...
Forum: The lounge 5th August 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,677
Posted By sapper
Re: Photographer's rights

I saw this item, its good that it got on prime time TV. Later on the main news the tragedy on K2 was covered using 'google earth', don't know how they got away with photographing the whole earth.
Forum: The lounge 29th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,677
Posted By sapper
Re: Photographer's rights

A similar thing happened to my son. He was at work, driving when he came on a bend and a police car was parked on it. He remonstrated with the officer, probably got heated and when threatened with...
Forum: The lounge 27th April 2008
Replies: 147
Views: 15,677
Posted By sapper
Re: Photographer's rights

Who do you register with?
Dave.
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